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Administrative Law
  • Author:
    Sai'd Mosteshar
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S. BHATT Inventions in Outer Space: Need for Reconsideration of the Patent Regime Journal of Space Law, Vol. 36, N. 1, 2010. C. DOLDIRINA A Rightly Balanced Intellectual Property Rights Regime as a Mechanism to Enhance Commercial Earth Observation Activities In Proceedings of the Fifty-Second Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, 2009, p. 301.

Outer space affords a unique physical environment in which to conduct experiments. 12. Issues Arising in Determining the Legal Regime Applicable to Intellectual Property Rights in Outer Space; S. Mosteshar. The most widely appreciated characteristic of the space environment is that of microgravity. Outer space also provides a sterile setting not easily or inexpensively achievable on Earth. The electromagnetic and radiation levels too differ significantly from those on Earth.

context of protecting intellectual property rights. Part I of the article is an introduction to the topic. Part II of the article. The issue of delimitation has always been the battleground among spatialists and functionalists, although the latter.

Intellectual property (IP) is a category of property that includes intangible creations of the human intellect. There are many types of intellectual property, and some countries recognize more than others

Intellectual property (IP) is a category of property that includes intangible creations of the human intellect. There are many types of intellectual property, and some countries recognize more than others. Early precursors to some types of intellectual property existed in societies such as Ancient Rome, but the modern concept of intellectual property developed in England in the 17th and 18th centuries.

1 Thus, the acquisition and protection of intellectual property rights would .

Outer space activities are characterized, in particular, by the utilization of sophisticated technology in respect of which protection of intellectual property plays an important role, and by the fact that national law, in principle, only applies to the territory (including air space) of a country and not to outer space. Thus, the acquisition and protection of intellectual property rights would have a positive effect on the participation of the private sector in the development of outer space activities and on further development of space technology in general.

Intellectual property in space means the same as intellectual property on Earth and intellectual property . space as patents are rights that safeguard, or give exclusivity of an invention to its inventor for a particular period of time.

Intellectual property in space means the same as intellectual property on Earth and intellectual property rights that are attainable in space henceforth, are the same as those attainable on Earth.

Author Forkosch, Morris. Commercial Utilization of Outer Space:Law and Practice.

Commercial Utilization of Outer Space:Law and Practice. 10. Author Van Traa-Engelman, H. 22. Related Interests.

Rights and obligations connected with intellectual property and liability will influence the commercial exploitation .

Rights and obligations connected with intellectual property and liability will influence the commercial exploitation of outer space by private entities. 5 IGA, supra note 30. 42. In the US an invention is not made until it has been conceived and diligently reduced to practice in the US either by building the model or practicing the method or filing a patent application in the US which describes the invention and the manner of making and using it. See . Patent Act, 35 USC 102(g).

This book addresses the legal aspects of commercial space activity.

Outer space affords a unique physical environment in which to conduct experiments. The most widely appreciated characteristic of the space environment is that of microgravity. Outer space also provides a sterile setting not easily or inexpensively achievable on Earth. The electromagnetic and radiation levels too differ significantly from those on Earth. These and other natural attributes of outer space make it a potentially attractive environment for the conduct of experiments, which will lead to inventions in a wide range of high technology fields. This unique environment is increasingly accessible to experimenters and inventors at costs which are commercially attractive. The Mir Space Station as well as NASA Shuttle Flights already provide opportunities for experiments to be conducted in outer space. When the Multi-National Space Station is established there will be even greater numbers of experiments and research projects conducted there. Outer space also presents a unique legal environment for these activities. Recognizing this, and the uncertainty surrounding a number of central legal issues which will result from such activity, this book sheds light on the incidental legal questions that arise. Based on the papers presented at a conference on the topic in Paris, the book examines patentability and intellectual property infringement, as well as contractual issues and related topics. Also included are papers on the liabilities that arise out of activities in outer space, the relevant jurisdictional considerations, and the growing commercialization of space activities in the United States and in Europe.